In this month’s “Studio 5 Human Lab” three viewers put Tide Total Care to the test.
In the last few months, Proctor & Gamble has introduced a new product to the market: Tide Total Care. It claims to go beyond cleaning to help reveal the 7 signs of beautiful clothes. Those seven signs are:
6. Pill Prevention
7. Stain Fighting
We asked Studio 5 viewers Melanie Easton, Wendy Hyde, and Kara Reeder to use Tide Total Care for three weeks to determine if the claims were true. We gave them the following rating system:
1 = Don’t waste your money
2 = Not yet a fan
3 = Liked it (but, wouldn’t necessarily label as a “must buy”
4 = Really like it (product delivered on its claims)
5 = Love it! (It’s a great value and I would purchase in the future)
Here are their results:
– Not as much static
– Smelled good
– Softened jeans
– Price comparable (with her personal brand, i.e. Tide)
SCORE = 2
– Cleaned dirt stains better.
– Smelled better going into wash (but not out of drier)
– Price not comparable with personal brand.
SCORE = 2
– Dislike smell.
– Didn’t finish the bottle
– Cleaned fairly well.
– Not much fading.
– Whole line is overrated.
– Nice hand.
If you have a product you would like put to the test in our next Studio 5 Human Lab, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org